Dartmouth College, Two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in Philosophy

Oct 11, 2017 Nov 01, 2017

The Political Economy Project (PEP) is an interdisciplinary initiative focused on normative questions at the intersection of politics, economics, and philosophy.
The majority of the fellow’s time will be devoted to independent research. The fellow will teach two courses per year in Philosophy, at least one of which will be
directly related to political economy. The courses will be taught in separate quarters, and will range from introductory to advanced levels.
The selected candidate will hold an appointment as a Lecturer in the Philosophy Department and as a Postdoctoral Fellow in PEP, and will be in-residence
for the Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters. The fellow is expected to attend and actively assist in planning PEP and Philosophy events, and otherwise participate
in the intellectual life of PEP, the Philosophy Department, and the College. The fellow will also join the broader community of postdoctoral research fellows that
includes the Dartmouth Society of Fellows, the John Sloan Dickey Fellows, the Neukom Institute Fellows, the Rockefeller Center Fellows, the Quantitative and
Social Sciences Fellows, and the Mellon Postdoctoral Fellows in the Humanities and Humanistic Social Sciences. Salary is competitive and includes benefits;
the appointment is not tenure-track.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. prior to September 15, 2018.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To ensure fullest consideration, applications should be complete and received by November 1, 2017.

Web address to apply

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